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New Vendor Spotlight

I can't believe we've only been open a couple of months and already are curating new vendors to make clothe+arrow stand out in North County SD!  I'm completely blown away about the close knit vibes and support SouthO has showered us with. We truly live a community over competition mindset and this community is doing it better than any other I've worked in!  When we opened in November 2016, I had only a handful of exclusive vendors mostly curated from Texas. The thought behind this was, I was starting out as an online+ pop-up boutique and had a five year plan to be a brick and mortar, not knowing where my Military Husband and I would land someday.... I handpicked brands...

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clothe+arrow press release

clothe+arrow Launches Online Boutique, and Sells-Out in Record Time Oceanside, CA (September 15, 2016) – Exclusive brands, cacti adorned yoga mats, one of a kind dream catchers – these are just some of the unique finds that set newcomer, clothe+arrow, apart from any other women’s boutique in Southern California. Deeply rooted in community, Brandy Bailey, the founder of the new online store and Pop-Up shop, learned to appreciate supporting her local artisans. I spent the last three years traveling the country and truly reveling in a bohemian lifestyle” Brandy said, “my husband and I wanted to be less attached to the material things in this world and truly experience life, so we sold everything we had and hit the dusty...

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The Oversized Sweater

When I saw this chunky-oversized Sedona sweater from Clothe + Arrow it was pretty much love at first sight!The subdued olive and charcoal blend is a great mix of neutrals and can pair easily with white jeans, distressed denim and or black skinny jeans just to name a few. Plus, the slouchy fit make it the perfect easy-to-grab sweater you can wear for those breezy bonfires in the summer, or cozy Sundays in the Fall! #Score!When selecting basics to add to my wardrobe that I will be wearing a lot, I like to keep it simple and find pieces that are both made well, and will go with what is already in my wardrobe.That being said, I still hold out...

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